I am trying to generate a figure plot using the below code. I am getting the output as in the attached screen shot.
proc sgpanel data=have ;
panelby SUBJID / layout=PANEL novarname columns=4 rows=2;
series x=x_axis_var y=aval /group=trt01p_ attrid=myid lineattrs=(pattern=mediumdash thickness=2);
scatter x=x_axis_var y=aval /group=trt01p_ attrid=myid markerattrs = (symbol=circlefilled size=8);
rowaxis integer grid values=(0,50,75,100) label="test";
colaxis integer grid values=(1 to 10 by 1) discreteorder=data label="Day";
My query is how can we change the Blue color plots 'Green', Red color plots to 'Blue' and the bottom Legend with Green and Blue colors?
Compared to the other thread, you inserted the attrid=myid option into the SERIES and SCATTER statements. However, without using the DATTRMAP= option in the SGPANEL statement there's nothing that "myid" refers to. So, in addition to this option you need an attribute map dataset, as described in Example: Create a Panel That Uses an Attribute Map:
data attrmap; retain ID "myid"; input value markercolor $ linecolor $; datalines; 1 green green 2 blue blue ; proc sgpanel data=have dattrmap=attrmap; ...
Note that most likely you will need to adapt the values of variable value above to your data, unless your variable trt01p_ happens to be numeric with values 1 and 2 (for the groups currently displayed in blue and red, respectively) and not formatted. If trt01p_ is character with values, say, "Active" and "Placebo" or formatted with these format labels, define value as a character variable (of sufficient length) in the DATA step above and replace 1 and 2 by Active and Placebo, resp., in the data lines.
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